Texas Fajitas Recipe

Get ready for the most world-famous beef fajitas around! Using our pineapple marinade and guide to fajita steaks, we'll share step by step how to grill and serve these famous Texas fajitas!


pineapple marinated skirt steak or flank steak Fajita Seasoning Blend Flour Tortillas Cheddar Cheese or Cotija Cheese or Queso Fresco Pico de gallo

Pull the fajita meat from the marinade and lay flat on a cookie sheet while you heat your grill, or begin your charcoal.


Sprinkle the fajita seasoning blend on both sides of the meat liberally.


When the grill is as hot as it can be, or the charcoal has turned gray, place the meat down in the middle of the hottest part of the grill. Close the chamber or place the lid on the grill.


Sear the meat 5-7 minutes on one side and then check it. If it's not seared continue to cook it on one side until you can get at least a decent sear on the first side. Flip it, and cook it 4-6 minutes.


Pull it off the heat and place it on a cutting board. Don't touch it for at least 10 minutes. Using the sharpest knife you own cut it against the grain, as described in the blog post and pictures.


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